DynamicPoint Prepares for SharePoint 2016

Like so many others out there, DynamicPoint is anxious for the official release of SharePoint 2016 and with the latest update from Microsoft we can anticipate the product to be ready in Q2 2016.

At DynamicPoint we are busy … Read More


Dr. SuessI am completely inspired by Dr. Seuss this week as my kids celebrate his birthday by dressing in all green one day, donning crazy hair the next with Friday culminating in dressing up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character (I … Read More


Go Mobile, But Stay Connected with SharePoint

Partnering is a common practice in the consulting, engineering and construction world, and working with multiple partners on projects is now the norm.  With the added complexities of working through partner networks in remote locations and often in different time Read More


Compare Microsoft CRM vs Microsoft SharePoint

SharePoint and Microsoft CRM are often discussed as opposing forces, but if you’ve ever wondered how they stack up and which is best suited to your business needs, then you might enjoy the latest blog post on Microsoft CRM vs. Read More


Microsoft SharePoint has been called the “Facebook of Enterprise”, but it is much more than a simple social networking tool. SharePoint can help you provide a face for your business, make true collaboration a reality, and integrate ERP and CRM … Read More


In Gartner’s recently published Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals, Microsoft SharePoint is shown to be the market leader in both its ability to execute and its completeness of vision. 

The portals up for consideration had to fulfill a number … Read More


How do you build systems around company specific workflows in your business and integrate them to Dynamics?  SharePoint and Dynamics GP  are the answer.  SharePoint along with SharePoint Designer and InfoPath are great tools to automate your operational business workflows … Read More


SharePoint 2010's social computing features have helped to place Microsoft in the leaders quadrant (along with IBM and Jive) of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Social Software in the Workplace. Gartner also lists Microsoft as the only challenger in the Externally Facing Social Software market, with a stronger ability to execute their software’s vision than any other product in that market-space.